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Her unconditional love for you. No matter what you do, how many times you mess up, or how many bad decisions you make, your mom will still love you. Her strength. Her excitement for you. Her independence. When you were a kid, it probably seemed to you like you were the entire reason for her existence. Her perspective.
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She supports all your crazy ideas — just not the ones that could hurt you. Mothers know best and when she believes that something is right for you, she would do everything just to help you achieve it. Mothers worry too much, in a good way. Always let her know that her adult baby is safe and sound. She makes you feel special at times when you feel worthless. Your mother will be the only person who will love you for who you are even at times when you feel unloved. She will never give up on you even if you have already given up on yourself.
I love. Her thirst for travel Her ability to talk to anyone Her fearless That she was a young mother; Our tightknit family; That she kept the subs.
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An ode to my mom…the most important person in my life! I wanted to share some of the things that make her so special and make me love her so much. Mom, thank you for being the first person who ever loved me and for being the first person I ever loved. I am honored that I have gotten to experience these past 22 years with you. I love you more than you know. Have a great day everyone!
Also wanted to inspire YOU to do the same. Hi there. My name is Kelly, a new excited follower! My momma passed away when I was 8 of Cervical Cancer when she was 32 in It reminded me of so many reasons why I love my dad. I just wanted to tell you thank you for sharing this post. It is the epitome of WHY we should be grateful for our parents, no matter who raised us.
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